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Queensland Flood Shoutout

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Just a shout out to any halfbakers in Queensland (past and present and unabubba) that may be affected by the flood.
Ian Tindale, Jan 13 2011

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Heavy bits at the bottom [nineteenthly, Jan 13 2011]

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       Yes, [Ian] I think you have something here! [+]
xandram, Jan 13 2011
  

       [UB] is OK. [+].
nineteenthly, Jan 13 2011
  

       part of my family are emigrating there very soon. some acts of heroism on the news.
po, Jan 13 2011
  

       I also have a friend from real life who lives there and he's apparently OK.
nineteenthly, Jan 13 2011
  

       good news 19.
po, Jan 13 2011
  

       //[UB] is OK. [+].//   

       No. He might be safe, or be in good state of well being (which is excellent news).   

       But he's never 'OK'.
;-)   
Jinbish, Jan 13 2011
  

       Best of luck to all there, and indeed those in Brazil and other stricken areas.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 13 2011
  

       We're flooded but its all frozen up here in Canada.
rcarty, Jan 13 2011
  

       Don't you mean "down there in Canada?", [rcarty]?
nineteenthly, Jan 13 2011
  

       My thoughts and wishes are here as well. Watching the news in disbelief at all the carnage.
blissmiss, Jan 13 2011
  

       I have this notion at the back of my mind that more of the earth is becoming subject to 'rainy' and 'dry' seasons.
RayfordSteele, Jan 13 2011
  

       I don't understand where all that water's coming from. On the BBC, they were interviewing people in a town that's 7000 (or maybe 700) ft above sea level with no rivers, creeks, or other bodies of water anywhere near the bloody place and they got flooded out.
21 Quest, Jan 13 2011
  

       Maybe they buy too much bottled water.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 13 2011
  

       No up north down south up west down east. That's holding a compass orientation.
rcarty, Jan 13 2011
  

       it's called rain, 21, rain!
po, Jan 14 2011
  

       I'm sayin, if the towns that high it should drain, po, drain!
21 Quest, Jan 14 2011
  

       There were flash floods i think, so water courses on high ground overflowed and the water went downhill. Not absolutely sure about this.
nineteenthly, Jan 14 2011
  

       touché
po, Jan 14 2011
  
      
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